Show off your favorite liquor with jewelry made from recycled bottles - or just bask in the vibrant glow of light shining through the translucent glass.
Made from the deep cobalt blue of Skyy Vodka bottles, these vibrant glass droplets glint a deep, jewel-tone blue.
These two-tone blue and green droplets are made from artists stained glass, melted together under a giant magnifying glass.
Kelly green glass from Reeds Ginger Brew bottles are melted to make these springtime glass droplets.
The translucent turquoise of this stained glass glows in the light, and the vibrant color stands out in any setting.
These translucent, flowing glass droplets of a delicate blue started out life as a Bombay Sapphire Gin bottle!
A deep, jewel-tone red, these garnet glass drops are made from stained glass.
Olive green glass from Martinellis Sparkling Cider is the birthplace of these glass drops.
Made from solid, opaque black stained glass, these classic black droplets can go with anything.
If this warm, earthy brown color looks familiar, that's because it probably is - these droplets are made from recycled beer bottles.
One of a kind. Made from stained glass that is no longer available.
Are you tired of having to polish your silver? Tarnish-resistant Argentium sterling silver is easy maintenance, with a brighter, whiter color than traditional sterling silver. And, it is 100% recycled! (Not only is mining terrible for the environment in various ways, working with recycled silver uses only 5% as much energy (and emissions) compared with virgin silver ore. Now that’s eco-friendly!)
Best of all, you don’t have to worry about allergic reactions. Naturally hypoallergenic, Argentium silver is nickel-free.
Your jewelry will arrive in a classic white jewelry box tied with a ribbon.
You are unique and original, and your jewelry should be too! Each drop of glass is handmade in the artist’s backyard studio in Berkeley, California. Using a giant magnifying glass to focus sunshine, recycled bottles and stained glass were melted into these translucent, flowing drops under the open sky! No pieces are exactly alike.
Polish with a soft cloth, such as an eyeglasses or jewelry polishing cloth. Never use tissue or paper towels, as the fibers may scratch the metal.
If needed, wash with mild soap in warm water and dry completely with a soft cloth. (Moisture is a leading cause of tarnish, so never put your jewelry away while still damp!)
You shouldn’t merely be satisfied, I want you to LOVE your jewelry! Feel free to include special instructions with your order in the notes section during checkout - request short or long droplets, bubble-free glass drops, a date you need it by, or anything else. Contact me with any problems, and I will repair or replace any broken pieces free of charge.